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  • fara

    November 5, 2015

    These stores were just in poor locations. One that’s closing is the one in Springfield, OH. I went to school out there, that whole town is a giant ghetto. It was the closest town to our college, yet the town we least went to. The mall there recently lost all of its anchor stores as well. I worked at the Kroger not from from this store for a short time back in the late 90’s, and there was so much theft there it wasn’t funny. Not a surprise in the least that this place is closing.

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  • Target is arse

    November 5, 2015

    As a Milwaukee resident, I can understand why they’re closing stores in the area. The competition is fierce , in addition, their prices are not competitive at all. In my area alone withing one mile, there’s a Target, Meijer, Walmart, Boston Store, Macy’s, Pick N Save, Sentry Foods, Tj Maxx and two malls that hold atleast 20+ plus retail stores. Granted Target was a main stable on the west side and south side of Milwaukee with a dedicated fan base but increase competition definitely push them out the market. Target prices in the area is always higher than Walmart but the quality was much better, but than a Meijer was recently built and their prices were set right in the middle of the two with slightly better quality than Walmart and right in the range of Target. I hate to see Target leave because their customer service was superior to their competition.

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  • Target closing stores

    November 5, 2015

    I’m always wondering, when I go to a Target, who in the world is the merchandiser for these stores. There’s just enough of items in an area to get you interested, but not nearly enough selections to find what what you need. Why the hell they decided to go into the grocer/wine/candy business is beyond me! Aside from that, there’s NO one in any of the areas to answer questions for to give any sort of Customer Service! Sadly, they’ve completely lost their way.

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